Our Old School Jam Of The Moment is "The Longest Time" by Billy Joel. It is really amazing what good vocals and finger snaps can add without music.
We are DESPERATELY awaiting for Billy Joel to release new material. No tours with Elton John but new material.
Stop frontin'! You know this song has soul. Remember when radio was cool? Black n white artists being played on the same station? Not many white artists now are as soulful as Billy Joel, but still.
Check out "The Longest Time" by Billy Joel, our Old School Jam Of The Moment.-DocFB
Here is "Dedication To My Ex (Miss That) from Lloyd featuring Andre 3000 and Lil Wayne.
Ahh. Singing about a woman's body part in falsetto. Makes it classy, right? The white boy in the video is singing about it like he hasn't had it before. Ahem.
Check out the vid above and let us know what you think.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Andre 3000 is a funky cat.....
The number 1 is "Waterfalls" by TLC. There was no girls group that dominated the 90's like TLC. From "Ain't To Proud To Beg" on, their mics were on and people were paying attention. From being advocates to safe sex (Who could forget Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes Condom glasses) to the social awareness of "Waterfalls" to not dating male hoodrats in "Scrubs" from the groups real final cd.
There has never been a girls group like TLC. The reason? Because there is nothing like TLC. Chili. T-Boz. Left Eye. They integrated soul, pop and rap so eloquently, you didn't really know they were doing all 3 at once.
It's nice to see a social conscience song still relevant after all these years. Check out "Waterfalls" by TLC and let us know if you agree with it being the number 1 video of the 1990's by MTV.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Chili Can Still Give Us The Red Light Special.....
At last night's sold out Seal show @ radio city music hall, he broke some news
that loyal dr.funkenberry readers already knew.....